With your décor and menu complete, you still need some exciting games and unique Candyland theme party favors at your candy land extravaganza! Below you will find the perfect sweet party games and candy prizes for your guests to enjoy and experience a true sugar rush!
Candyland Theme Party Activities
1. Divine Decorating
Decorate cupcakes and cookies with candy! You can use gumdrops, chocolate kisses, small candy-coated chocolates, licorice, jellybeans, candy bar crumbles, etc. Also, provide a large selection of colorful sprinkles. Your guests will enjoy garnishing and then indulging in their creations at your party. You can even host a competition to see who creates the best-decorated masterpiece.
2. Piñata Play
Have party guests hit a piñata shaped like a giant piece of candy, chocolate bar, or any other kind of candy. And of course, fill it up with tons and tons of candies! Use a giant candy cane stick to hit the piñata with. Play upbeat pop music while guests take turns.
3. Candy Bag Toss
Take a different twist on backyard bag toss games by filling mini bags with candy instead of the beanbags. Another option would be to fill bags with cinnamon sugar so they will have a similar weight to the traditional bags. You can choose to decorate the bag toss boards with peppermint swirls or other candy designs.
4. Jar of Sweets Guessing Activities
Fill a large jar with jelly beans or some other kind of candy and leave slips of paper out for guests to try and guess how many candies are in the jar. The person that guests closest to the real number wins a prize.
5. Pin the Lollipop
Take a new twist on Pin the Tail on the Donkey by allowing guests to decorate their own lollipop top by cutting out large circles and giving them the supplies to decorate their own sweet treat. Then blindfold them and see how accurately they can pin it on the stick.
6. Candy Land
At a more relaxed event, you can pull out the old board game Candy Land and set it up for guests to play. This Candyland theme party game has been around for years and is still a fun way to spend time. You can set up one or many tables for this activity depending on your party size.
7. Candy Hunting
For this idea, spread a vast amount of candy throughout the party space or backyard and send everyone off on a hunt to gather it up. You can hide the candy in fun places and let them take it all home as a party favor.
Candyland Party Favors
8. Custom Chocolates
Create personalized chocolate bars engraved with each guest’s name on one side, and/or “Your Name’s Candy Land” on the other. Wrap each bar individually in cellophane wrap and secure them with colorful ribbons or bows.
9. Mini Gift Basket
Give each guest their very own personalized mini gift basket filled with candies and other goodies like bubbles, sunglasses, and activity books. For a candy-theme twist, purchase mini baskets at craft stores and spray paint them in bright candy colors.
10. Scented Beauty Products
Candy and/or cupcake scented beauty products are ideal for your “girly-girl” guests. Lip-gloss, lotions, and bubble bath mix are among a few ideas. You can also hand out nail polish that is candy-colored or named after sweets.
11. Joyful Jewelry
Edible necklaces or bracelets made out of hard candies will be a sure hit. Guests will love wearing them and eating them at the same time!
12. Gift Cards
Hand out gift cards to everyone’s favorite local sweets/ice cream shop. Personalize them, if possible, and don’t forget to stick festive bows on top of each card.
Candyland Theme Party Décor
13. Candy Centerpieces
Create one-of-a-kind centerpieces by filling clear vases with colorful candies, such as jellybeans, and sticking flower-shaped lollipops into them. Make creative designs inside the vases by alternating rows of different candies.
14. Balloon Candy Art
Brightly colored balloons, when wrapped with clear or colorful cellophane wrap, resemble hard candies! Scatter them about the venue or attach them to long white sticks to look like lollipops. Don’t forget to tie a ribbon or large bows!
15. Colored Paper Plates
Transform ordinary colored paper plates into different candies by taping them together and then painting them. You can make peppermints or rainbow lollipops!
16. Candy Accents
Use candy advertisement posters, light-up gumball machines, and other fun candy accents to add some pizzazz and a pop of color to your venue.
17. Table Linens
Candyland Theme Party Food
18. Sweets Party Menu
Use a stand-up blackboard menu and list all of the delicious treats you will provide your guests with brightly colored chalk.
19. Candy buffet
That’s right – a complete buffet with nothing but candy and chocolates! Provide all kinds of sweets in jars, platters, and bowls with scoops. Cover the buffet with a vintage style striped awning. Place handwritten labels by each candy item, and don’t forget a chocolate fountain!
20. Candy Drinks
Give ordinary beverages candy-related names, such as “Lemon Drop Lemonade” and “Sugar Rush Punch”.
21. Candy Bar Milkshakes
Create delectable milkshakes (in miniature cups) using popular candy bars. Recipes for these treats can be found online, and they usually take five minutes or less to do.
Dye vanilla or strawberry cake different colors and shape it like a gigantic piece of candy, whether it’s a chocolate bar or a lollipop. And, of course, top your cake with other yummy candies!
23. Ice Cream Bar
Aside from the candy buffet, host an ice cream bar. Hand scoop everyone’s favorite frozen treats (preferably flavors that are candy-related, such as bubblegum and peanut butter cup swirl), along with candies as mix-ins.
From ice cream bars candy balloons, we have gathered every little exciting treat for your sugary event. With this, hope you find everything you’ll need for your Candyland theme party!
Edited by Marianne Vanderbeke
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